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Old 05-13-2015, 06:50 PM   #21
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How much and how often are you feeding?

How many gallons do you change and how often do you do it?
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One on feeding every other day and just enough for them to eat in a minute

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Corals are doing better and the hair algea has slowed down alot Running phosguard and took out bioballs. I think i beat it. Thank you anyone that has helped

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Good to hear. Keep an eye on the levels as phosguard works fast and easily expends itself. I've seen it used up in 3 days before from very high levels.


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I'm trying to understand the logic behind removing the bio-balls.
I have seen that recommendation elsewhere, to remove any bio-media, but what is the logic behind it?
if you are using a good filter sock/mechanical filtration, in theory, the bio-media shouldn't be an issue.
Could some explain the reasoning behind it?
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From what people hav3 told me bioballs after time start building up crud in them and leaking phosphate and nitrates in the water. Dont take my word on that though

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From what people hav3 told me bioballs after time start building up crud in them and leaking phosphate and nitrates in the water. Dont take my word on that though

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so then by occasional rinsing/washing them in tank water at water changes would correct that issue, or at least that is the logical conclusion.
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I installed new lights last week and bam its back more than ever. Natrates are always 0 and phospate always zero. I just cant wrap my mind on my its growing my shrim killed my clown and i took him out so now i only have 1 clown fish and a branded shrimp in my 20 long. I dont have a clean up crew so should i get one?

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Or an urchin maybe i just dont want damage to my coral.

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